The Concordia Student Union is organizing a talk about copyright reform and education in Canada:
“Due to the Canadian Government’s lack of public consultation on copyright reform, this event has been organized by the CSU to heed necessary critical thinking and engaged discussion on this contemporary issue.
Panel speakers Olivier Charbonneau of the Concordia Library and Ben Lewis of the Canadian Federation of Students will lead the discussion by demystifying copyright legislation and inciting public dialogue.
This event is on Wednesday March 18th, from 1:30 – 3:00pm on the 7th floor lounge, Hall building, SGW Campus”
(ripped from their facebook page)
Big thanks to the organizers, and I’ll certainly be there.
In the meantime you can check out Olivier Charboneau’s blog “Culture Libre”. He will be speaking at the event, and did I mention he is a library all in himself?